Broadway Infant School is forward looking in its approach to education. The use of a creative curriculum has long been integrated into teaching and learning within the school for example, we hold the Gold Sing Up Award and all our children love to sing in school. We also use the outdoor environment around our school for teaching sessions too because we know our children enjoy being active and out in the fresh air whilst learning.
Free high quality school meals are provided for all our children and we encourage healthy eating. The meals are cooked on site by our excellent catering team and lunch times are well supervised by a large number of dedicated Lunch Break Supervisors. Children can also bring a packed lunch to school if parents/carers prefer.
‘Fruit Tuck or Toast’ is provided during the mid-morning break and the school participates in the government ‘Free Fruit’ scheme. If children have a school lunch, by the time they leave us at the end of the day they are well on their way to having consumed five portions of fruit or vegetables. All the latest menu options can be accessed by contacting the school office.
We provide a breakfast club in school in response to parents and carers requests for this facility. They serve breakfast for children from Broadway and from our partner junior school the Ridge. Our club opens from 7:45am please visit the clubs section of this website for the latest information.
Innovation is encouraged at Broadway. Teachers are confident in their ability to adapt and follow learning paths initiated by children. We encourage our children to learn through teaching that promotes individual subjects as well as on-going investigations into cross-curricular projects.
The school currently has the capacity for 180 pupils shared across six classes – two Foundation Stage, two Year 1 plus two Year 2 classes. Classes are supported by teaching assistants and this ensures children have access to high levels of adult support and attention throughout the day.
Our mission statement
A caring school promoting excellence through curiosity, confidence, creativity and cooperation.
Broadway Infant School’s Vision Statement 2016- 2019
A community where every child is welcomed, valued and nurtured as an individual with unique qualities and potential and where they learn consideration for and understanding of other people.
An environment where children are safe and feel confident to explore, take risks, have fun and see learning as an adventure.
An ethos of mutual encouragement, teamwork and self-belief so children develop resilience and independence.
A curriculum which is broad, challenging and creative; a curriculum which encourages children to learn through seeking solutions to problems and finding answers to their own questions.
A school where children are happy, cared for and caring; a school where every child knows the feeling of success; a school where we all strive for excellence.